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up to 140, and west texas up to 120, if and when the missiles start flowing. i assume the action will take three or four days. i'm not smart enough to know. patrick, would you agree with addison? so.i think i don't know that the spread between brent and west texas would be so significant. it certainly could be, but for the average motorist, i don't as bad as will be what we saw in libya. >>> bars some catastrophe -- >> yes, i think it's a bit better than we thought it would be earlier this year. refining activities slow down, because they're getting ready for them to produce heating oil. so if this becomes a nonevent, it won't be an event for u.s. drivers, either. >>> let's put syria aside, we'll have a thought experiment. why is west texas crude above $100 a barrel. united states is producing more oil. than we have in i don't know how many decades. saudi arabia and the other side, they're producing almost 10 million barrels a day, as far as i know. why are the oil markets this tight, given the fact that the world economy is lousy? >> well, the situation you present, why is west
insurance is cheap you want to get all you can. matt in texas. matt? >> hey, jim, thanks for take mig call. i need you to help me make money so i can send my daughters to texas a&m, boo-yah. >> how do they trade when they only have so much to strt with to begin with. >> i say the first $10,000 is a fund. i have that in all my books. then you have to go in and get over the idea that you need to have thousands of shares. read confessions of a street addict. first thing is buy seven shares. buy nine shares. i bought odd lots. you have to get into it. don't feel like you have to put hundreds of dollars in one stock. just put a couple hundred dollars in. commissions are low. that's the way it play it. get your feet wet. you will get comfortable then get bigger. lou in texas, lou? >> caller: jim, boo-yah from texas. appreciate what you do. >> do i best. >> caller: is it possible to know on trading day that a run-up is from traders or institutional buyers or foreign buyers or hedge fund buyers or whether the retail participated? and is that a big secret? and is it important to me in my trading de
care costs from cities and counties from wisconsin to texas to virginia to right here in new jersey. so could it be that obama care is the real job killer? we continue now with our free market panel. ahmed shihad aldin, and mark simone of wor talk radio. okay. do you disagree with me? this came from a washington post blogger, so you know it's a liberal point of view. >> my question is why do you need to actually do this. why do you need to create more jobs at lower hourly rates and i don't understand that and i don't see the evidence people -- i remember seeing forever 21 and i understand they want to keep the manufacturing costs low, but this will harm the reputation. >> this is government. >> i understand. but isn't this going to harm their employes. >> they're going to cut employees. here's the thing, they're going to do both. they read carefully, reed wilson, and two things. they're cutting back on hours worked which have to pay the mandate and it costs them $10,000 per person more, but they are also, they are also cutting back on staff. it's both. >> listen, i mean, companies do ca
that are very good. let's go to marty in texas. >> caller: a big boo-yah from dallas, texas. i love your show. >> dallas, huh. >> caller: i want to talk to you about tivo. we're disappointed when the losses came in, we lost $200 million. are you convinced that there are enough small or medium sized operators and they'll grow in this market? >> tivo doesn't interest me that much. i know this lawsuit, people are playing it, not playing it. i don't see a lot of growth in tivo. i know it's a value proposition but i like growth in technology. you know, maybe the company has a lot of growth. i don't see it. david in california. david? >> caller: hey, jim. boo-yah from california, san diego. >> how are you? >> caller: i want to get your take. i'm doing good tonight. i want to get your take on rambus. >> another one i don't think much of. they don't have the kind of growth that i want, it's involved in a lot of lawsuits. no. may i suggest if you really want that channel, go to texas instruments. that'll be down tomorrow off of to cisco. you know what? buy cisco at 22, 23. we sold some higher. that's
i know you love texas pz. >> if i ever get that instinct again, because i had it years ago, please put me in a straight jacket and lock me up. >> larry summers and janet yellen, the two leading candidates, any individual policies better or more effective? >> you know, obviously i watch your show and i based on that, i'm just going to tell you who i would prefer. based on your interview on tuesday. it would be ashton kutcher. i think he -- he is obviously -- he has a great capacity. all these other names. i know it is an inside secret, but he is the one who will actually get the job. >> he was very smart, actually, on technology investing when we spoke to him about some of the investments he made. >> he was. . >> do you know about -- >> i'm not asking you to make a pick but what do you know about larry summers. >> i have known him a long time. he had a big job, secretary of trash treasury aaes treasury at. and i have a great respect for his intellect and same for janet. a great personal friend. i won't get into this. people overinterpret what we say and that is a signal of the fact
of that piece. he's now vice president for policy at the texas public policy foundation. he is the author of the texas model, prosperity in the lonestar state and lessons for america. chuck, i kind of had my eye on matt damon on this. matt damon and that goofy movie he had where the school teachers tried to stop everything and you see that kind of crap coming out of hollywood all the time. how do they get away with that? >> because you have a confluence of powerful money and interests and the natural proclivity of hollywood to be against free markets and a socialism for everyone else except for them. in the case of "promise land" the matt damon movie earlier this year that flopped, many people would be surprised to here it was mainly financed by the united arab emirates, the leading nation in opec as far as natural gas exports. >> we're going steal their bacon, that's what's going to happen here. there's no question about that. these hollywood guys instead of standing up for america would rather stand up for abu dhabi. chesapeake energy, okay, major fracker driller, okay, great company, t
. it's got an incredible pool in the backyard which is great for texas. two-car garage and a large driveway going into it. great for a first-time homebuyer or an empty nester who is downsizing. >> is it coppell, texas or coppell? >> coppell. >> coppell, texas. where is it in reference to, say, cowboy stadium? >> it's just north of cowboy stadium and it's right in between dallas and ft. worth. it's right in the center. >> very nice. second listing, 321 lyndsie drive. it sold for 420,000. five beds, three baths. 3,421 square feet. >> we listed it at 429. we ended up getting 12 offers when we closed the bids, and the house ended up selling for 420,500. >> you love to see that if you're an agent or an owner. 12 bids on your property and a bidding war. look at the space and the furnishin furnishings. that's beautiful. let's step it up a little bit. power house of the week. 309 stratford lane. listed at 1 million 9. five beds, five baths, two half baths. almost 7,000 square feet. you would call this a mansion. >> it is a mansion, and it's a beautiful estate. it's got a billiard room, a w
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, you can see west texas crude is up almost 3%. the international benchmark will be what emerging markets will struggle with and benchmark more likely to be impacted by any military action in the gulf. let's get to rick santelli for more on the two-year auction. >> well, first, it was 34 billion. we've been doing packages including the 2-year of $35 million, you have to go to october of '08 to find one less than 35. two-year notes, the yield at auction 3.86, exactly where it needed to price. the wi market was 39 basis points offered at 38.5. the last several have been very close to three. 3.21 is a little below. that's the current bid to cover but it's still better than last several auctions. we saw indirects at 19.3 versus 29% and right about on spot with directs at 26.1 versus 4. dealers took 54.5% of the auction. it gets a c. very average, solid pricing but weak on the internals. tomorrow of course, we'll have 35 billion five-year notes and many were surprised it wasn't more aggressive considering what's in the news today. >> i am surprised as well. thank you so much, ricky. de
this. let's say you bought texas instruments at, say, $30 and you thought it could go up $9 or down $3. your potential up side was three times the size of your potential down side. fabulous risk-reward, right? but then suppose during the rally texas rocketing up four points on no news. that could change everything in your mind, everything. after that run texas instruments could go five or down seven, which means you know own a stock where the down side outweighs the up side. so what if the stock's been a good performer? that's awful risk-reward. and you'll want to sell. >> sell sell sell! >> end of story. as much as we may know and like the. and know it hasn't changed that much in value the stock is simply not the same stock up seven points than it was before. same company, not the say stock. more expensive and not as safe. if there's too much enthusiasm all at once, text instruments can be downright dangerous. same company, different stock. hey, good company, expensive stock. second reason to get tough on your stocks during a rally is so you can figure out which ones to sell and sell
you bought texas instruments at, say, $30 and you thought it could go up $9 or down $3. your potential up side was three times the size of your potential down side. fabulous risk-reward, right? but then suppose during the rally texas rocketing up four points on no news. that could change everything in your mind, everything. after that run texas instruments could go five or down seven, which means you know own a stock where the down side outweighs the up side. so what if the stock's been a good performer? that's awful risk-reward. and you'll want to sell. >> sell sell sell! >> end of story. as much as we may know and like the company. and know it hasn't changed that much in value the stock is simply not the same stock up seven points than it was before. same company, not the say stock. more expensive and not as safe. if there's too much enthusiasm all at once, text instruments can be downright dangerous. same company, different stock. hey, good company, expensive stock. second reason to get tough on your stocks during a rally is so you can figure out which ones to sell and sell hard. i
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, texas. >> number of shareholders did. >> and reporters. they were there in hawaii, negotiating with advisers. egon durbin was adamant they wouldn't pay more than $13.75. we may not hear that again, after free port, after this, don't use best and final again. i guess they can say it was the best and final cash portion, now special dividend. but, please. egon durbin feeling like, listen, i can't be the guy who let michael dell lose his company and that very well may have happened. many times throughout this, one thing that gave me pause is you never get the most dramatic outcome, which would have been a deal voted down today, and then the onset of a gory proxy fight between carl icahn and michael dell with a real possibility that carl icahn would have taken control of the recapitalization plan. for his part, icahn sued yesterday about the vote, trying to get the annual meeting in the shareholder vote tied together. we'll see if he tries today, but it would appear that delaware law is on the side of the special committee. in fact, leo strin already opined on this very issue. it lo
to contend with jeb bush in florida. you can't have two people coming from florida, rick perry from texas may be a threat also. senator cruz, i don't know, they're all from texas. i think scott walker. i'm going to throw this on the table. scott walker who is christie of the midwest, okay? more mild mannered, but he won and he's won a second time in his recall. he beat the unions and beat them bad and pickal conservatism and he'll win the third race and i'm going to put scott walker in second place behind chris christie right now in the gop sweepstak sweepstakes. >> by 2006 you'll have a real executive and people are going to be sick of corruption. so the former prosecutor part of christie might give him an edge and you have a dozen really successful governors in the republican party. >> he couldn't carry wes wiss from mitt romney. >> that was not scout walker. that was -- that was a whole different campaign. >> they're both more conservative than mitt romney and they're both more conservative than john mccain which is better and already we can see it better. >> every time there is the campai
it. i encourage homework, no snap judgments. stay away. jay in texas. jay? >> caller: hey, boo-yah, jim! >> boo-yah. >> caller: from south texas. >> how are you? >> caller: just fine, thank you. question i have for you, jim is, if there's some distribution in the stock throughout the day, meaning more sellers than buyers, how is it many times the stock can defy gravity and close up for the day? >> well, i mean, the sellers do sometimes complete and while the sellers are selling, buyers are -- buyers get lined up by brokers who say, listen, i've got a big seller, i've got a big seller. what happens is the stock goes down, and then when the final piece trades, all these buyers converge, and then they end up overwhelming that last piece and the stock goes higher. that's what happens time and time again. look, sometimes the stock's performance doesn't match the company's underlying business. i know that can shock you. and it can take a while for the two to sync up. but if you get a bargain, please, be patient. wait. your words will beckon. "mad money" will be right back. >> announc
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in oils. >> one reason for that is oils that is feeling the effects of syria. west texas crude hit a high of $112 a barrel which is the highest in two years. so it tells you that the socgen writing that brent could spike briefly to $150 if u.s. led attack on syria and sparking more conflict in the middle east, and the two supply disruptions, because syria is not a big producer in any shape or form. >> and 50,000 barrels a day, and 90 billion a day market. >> take out the pennsylvania. >> yes, by the way, this is back to the larger question of independent and fracking and how the middle east is not as nearly important to us geopolitically as it once was because we don't have the rely on it, and it is a global commodity and unrest sends the price higher, but it is not as if they could say in 1974, no mas. >> well, they can't dictate as much as they used to, because you are talking about 2020 being continental independent, and that is -- >> getting closer and closer. 6 1/2 years away. >> and true. and 600,000 barrels a day from eagleford. >> that is an incredible thing, 6 1/2 years from now.
, like some of the real estate investment trusts, i don't touch them. let's go to john in texas. >> caller: greetings from austin. i have all of your books. watch the show every day live and record it and admire your energy level. >> thank you very much. >> caller: no problem. my question about your on going suggestion to buy stock shares in increments. >> right. >> caller: i understand why, but doesn't that eat up commission money even though it can offset capital gains or losses? what's your take on that? >> my feeling is strong on this. when i got in commissions were about quadruple what they are now and i recommended that strategy because i didn't want people to do it all at once and then get confused and lose interest or hate the market. so it's even better now with the commission rates low. so i'm not going to back away from my view. commission rates are low enough to do that trading and not hurt yourself. nick in new jersey, nick. >> caller: hey, cramer, big booyah from new jersey. >> love it. >> caller: i want to give a shout out to my brother overseas in the navy. >> th
discovered in the permian, that's the big texas area for oil and natural gas that apparently was successful. in other words, they've discovered a lot more oil in texas. and that's overall very good news. i see pioneer natural resources, pxd, which is one of the companies that are involved here, jim, was very successful. and that stock is moving up rather notably here today. finally just want to mention american homes, here we are right behind me, waiting for it to open, single family home rental reit, interesting concept, priced at $16, the low end, $24 million, still waiting for that to open somewhere around $16, guys, back to you. >> thank you, bock. pioneer natural, the permian's been around, one of the oldest basens, and boom, you got new technology come in. you mentioned consumer products, procter is moving up and clorox is reversed and going up and kellogg is the only one disappointing. i doubt that will stay down that badly. the number seemed good to me. let's ship to the bonds and the bond report and rick. >> good morning, jim. if you look at interest rates. a two-day chart of tens
once again in round rock, texas, to vote on michael dell's $24.4 billion offer. but carl icahn is still leading the charge against that offer, calling it too low. icahn is now suing dell and its board to try to block changes in the offer that could impact the voting. david faber was reporting last night that the talks between michael dell and silver lake, that consortium and dell special committee continue and the focus now is on a higher bid from that group in exchange for a shift in the voting standard, the talks are said to be tenuous, but progress apparently being made. should be interesting to see what happens this morning. i should say it is also possible this is not the final episode that this vote gets pushed. i know of three people who did not get on planes last night because they were told this is not going to happen this morning. >> a big surprise if it does. >> if you don't vote at all, it is -- >> right now, the deal is if you don't vote, that's considered a no. what michael dell wants to do is raise the bid to 1375 in exchange for the -- >> ten cents for that. what about t
capital bank shares. >> you need to see them go. >> and ten years of publicly traded company. >> and texas has always posted the best place to bank in the country in texas, and never had the real huge run-up in the real estate. >> after they lost every single bank in the '80s, because i was a bank iing report in 1987 and watched them go undo, every single one. >> and yes -- >> and didn't ron pearlman come in. >> they had brilliant guys come in. >> that worked. >> yes, and the jerry ford and the other jerry ford, and i am looking for the retail to stabilize and we have reports coming up of the macro retail sales not that bad and then watch the china plays. caterpillar breaking out and i keep chi of the chanos interview that you did in delivering alpha, and he said that it is the short of the market, and a lot is because people believe that china is coming back and going to start ordering equipment again, and this is not an easy proposition to believe, however, the momentum is with the cats and the cummings now. >> when you mentioned china, of course, i look at yum, but it is not that bad no
. exactly where we don't need t very warm for you in the desert southwest and texas. warm as can be. delays, probably a few of those today, namely orlando and atlanta due to some chance of thunderstorms and maybe some showers. chicago, though, your major airports, no issues whatsoever. got more coming up right around the corner right here on "squawk box." [ male announcer ] at optionsxpress, our clients really appreciate our powerful, easy-to-use platform. no, thank you. we know you're always looking for the best fill price. and walk limit automatically tries to find it for you. just set your start and end price. and let it do its thing. wow, more fan mail. my uncle wanted to say thanks for idea hub. he loves how he can click on it and get specific actionable trade ideas with their probabilities throughout the day. [ male announcer ] open an account and get a $150 amazon.com gift card. call 1-888-280-0149 now. optionsxpress by charles schwab. >>> time now for the executive enl, this is a daily segment focused on giving business leaders a leg up. the washington post reports an audit found th
might be states that are pushing back against tesla's sales model. texas, north carolina, other states, have said, listen, you're not a dealer. so therefore you can't sell cars. tesla's saying we don't have a car dealership. we have a gallery. >> martin lawrence/tesla. >> that's something tesla investors are need to watch. you have to move the product. >> look, you have to more charging stations. we have a charging station at the inn that we own. they urge you to give them the information on the charging station because there isn't enough to crisscross the country. however, there is, without a doubt, a love for the car that concedes. >> isn't california -- >> 21,000, i don't know if that's yo versus delorian or others james mentioned, the tucker, thinking 5,000 in asia, 10,000 in europe. the price of gasoline in europe is twice what it is here. >> the market in europe could be gigantic. >> thank you. >> socialized spending on infrastructure product. france could build up the charging stations rather than lying by state by state decisions. you want to drive your car between new york and
guys chances to accept their suspensions. the surprise today was that nelson cruz of the texas rangers accepted his. everybody thought he would appeal and getting everything lined up perfectly. no sense in rushing it. this will happen this afternoon. >> what's going to happen? he's going to appeal apparently, a-rod, correct? >> correct. it will be about 13 announcements for suspensions. everybody will be able to get a 50-game suspension except for one person, alex rodriguez. he'll get a ban through the 2014 season. it will really be a 214-game suspension. this is a very lucrative contract that he has. how does the money game play out in all of this? >> well, he's going to lose about $34 million, $35 million in this through the 2014 season. if he returns in 2015, he still has a guaranteed $61 million coming into him, so a lot of money at stake here. >> what does it do to the broader business of baseball because, i mean, if you look at these guys, some of whom obviously as you just mentioned accept the penalty, some of them appeal, but the use of performance enhancing drugs at that level
.l. central leader. nelson cruz, all-star player for the texas rangers. but everybody trumped by alex rodriguez, highest paid player in major league baseball, suspended for all of this year and next year. still owed $86 million by the yankees in the remainder of his contract, and what makes this story have a little more sizzle on this day, is the yankees are playing in chicago this evening. a. rod is expected to take the field for the yankees unless we hear otherwise this evening in chicago. we'll have more on this story for the remainder -- throughout the remainder of this program and the "closing bell" at 4:00. but let's get back to our discussion with the market guests, as we focus on this monday in august on wall street. again, josh brown was with us, as is rick santelli, kyle harrington, and anton bear from up capital. anton, to you, what do you make of where we are in the market? where do you think we go from here and between now and the end of the year in the context of the record amount of money coming into u.s. equity funds in the month of july? >> yeah, so i agree with a lot
-800-345-2550 >>> welcome back. a texas entrepreneur tries his hand at filmmaking about apple founder steve jobs and lands an all-star cast. julia boorstin has that story. julia? >> reporter: scott, steve johns' biopic called "jobs" will open next friday from independent distributor open road films. the $8.5 million movie, following steve jobs from college dropout to entrepreneur says, quote, inspired by a true story. it was financed by entrepreneur mark hole many. now, ho home has never produced movie. he founded five star institute -- a five-star institute, which is a publishing and conference company for the mortgage industry. when jobs stepped down, home decided he wanted to tell his story and commissioned a screenplay for one of his company's writers that lured star ashton kutcher by appealing to his admiration for jobs. now, despite an a-list cast, the film's debut has received mediocre reviews prompting delays for edits and marketing. the question is whether hulmes' investment will pay off. >> if everyone owns an ipod or an ipad or apple product goes to see this movie, it will be a huge hit. but th
in texas. cnbc's josh lipton joins us with more on that and all the latest breaking headlines coming into the cnbc newsroom. i hope i pronounced it right. >> i'll try, larry. nidal hasan just came out and said it today, telling the jury that he is indeed the man who shot and killed 13 people at fort hood in 2009. the real drama in this trial, though, will come when hasan is given the chance to actually question the victims who survived his attack and then when he is sentenced hasan could get the death penalty. and we're getting more details, larry, now about that southwest airlines crash landing at laguardia airport last month. the national transportation safety board now reports that the captain of that flight took over from the first officer just before that bad landing. it's not clear what the reason for that takeover was, but the report also says no malfunctions or mechanical failures have been found. and former president george w. bush recovering in a dallas hospital after undergoing heart surgery this morning. doctors discovering a blockage yesterday during bush's annual physic
-quarter profits jumped a better than expected 43% as production from texas boosted its oil output. the stock is up almost 1.25%. ty. >> thank you so much. is the world's biggest oil consumer now becoming the biggest refined product producer and exporter? jackie deangelis on the case. what have you been finding? >> reporter: short answer to that question is yes. if you recall, the u.s. became a net exporter of petroleum products two years ago. now we're the largest exporter in the world. in fact, bank of america and merrill lynch estimates this u.s. exports doubled from the end of 2007 until the end of last year. the major reason is diesel fuel. a strong demand for that product especially in emerging markets. the u.s. exported about 1 million barrels a day of diesel fuel last week, roughly the same we've seen the previous few weeks but up from 840,000 earlier this summer, and the reason for this is that diesel margins are higher than gas margins. as of the mid-year, margins on gulf coast produced diesel were running just above $16 for barrel while for finished gasoline they were just under $8 a bar
contracts. who wants the job, who could get to texas p there is all sorts of what-ifs here. i'm not sure what names are thrown around to be honest. a lot of han el lifts said we haven't had a second to think about it but no names really popped to the top of your mind. >> i hear ron johnson is available. >> that's true. i do believe he is available. i'm not sure how that would work out. >> that's true. >> thanks, court. >> thanks. >> see you later. final stretch, bill. >> 14 minutes left, maria. looks like a positive day. first one this week. can we finish below 1700? two point below that. >> why is heather hughs saying investors have to be cautious right now? we will ask her next. >> and could fed tapering begin next month? who better to ask whether the central bank will start to cut back on stimulus than dallas fed president richard fisher. before a credit solution was used to expand their business... before trusts were created for their grandkids' educations... they chose a partner to help manage their wealth... one whose insights, solutions, and approach have been relied on for over 2
texas intermediate is up almost a full 2% and the gold market is up $2.90. bob pisani joins me here on the floor. i'm really glad it's friday. tough sledding. the market has had a lot of headwinds. >> the trend line slowly to the downside. put up the dow jones industrial average, had the same pattern yesterday. this bowl-shaped "v" dropping down just before the noon at the bottom and then turning around. if you look at the dollar, and every to imthis happens, whenever the yen bottomed at exactly the moment. that's the yen strengthening. goes up, that means the yen is weakening. when the yen starts weakening the market turns around. i think there is some kind of relationship. here's where i think we're at in the markets. number one, i think that the -- this overall, the issues are japan and the u.s. are a bit on the stretched side. china is improving and europe is in bit of a sweet spot. that's the important thing right now. money is sort of flowing in. there's the point here. japan and the u.s. stretched, and i think some people are not comfortable with the economy and earnings take
. terry in texas. caller yes, hi, jim. i want to thank you for all the help you give us home gamers. >> my pleasure. doing my best here. >> caller: my stock is urban outfitters. >> this stock seals to be resting. a lot of people feel it's over. i don't. i think they can converse higher, not lower. jeff in california. jeff! can you recall caller hey, cramer, i just want to say thank you for doing your homework on tsrx. >> not bad. what's going on? >> caller: i have another stock here in san diego. ticker is q 'dell. >> i like, i'm not stopping recommending that group t. government likes diamondback nostics. tom in illinois. tom. >> hey, cramer, boo-yah from chi-town. >> fabulous. >> caller: i'm calling about cdd. they seem to have a good handle on things, what do you think, covans? >> best in show, contact lens, i totally agree. is another ancillary drug and health care place. john in florida. john! >> caller: hi, jim, i'm in dunn eden, florida. a month ago, you recommended amd, advance microdevices. i purchased it at $3.98 the mid-way.not tr high and low for the year. since then it's down
a similar law in texas. will eric holder challenge north carolina as well? what do you think of this law? >> i am a proud north carolinian. i understand the hand-ups people have with these laws. i understand voter i.d. laws are controversial. but what's happening in north carolina is mainly bringing these election laws at the state level in line with where the majority -- >> you have to have a photo i.d. to vote. >> that's right. they'll become the 34th state to have that requirement. i understand the criticisms with that kind of policy at the state level, i'm also -- if you feel disenfranchised having to bring your driver's license to a polling place, think of how disenfranchised are when others cast a ballot five or six times. i recognize that voter fraud -- >> why are you laughing, bill? >> because it's hilarious. >> there are no cases of voter fraud that have been stopped as a result of these laws. >> how do you know? what are you talking about, how do you know? >> when people have drilled down and investigated. look it up on the internet. >> so you shouldn't need photo i.d.? >> let
's own reinsurance arm. that plus believers like the texas money manager ed butowski will allow it to say for the moment it still manages hundred of millions of dollars in public money, and that may be the case through the rest of the year. i think the investor reaction has already played out for the moment. >> and we shall see what happens then in the legal cases and how that -- those developments might affect them. >> and whether they technically decide they're going to become a family office where they really won't manage pub will you lic m. >> thanks very much. more problems for jpmorgan. reportedly under investigation over its hiring practices in china. there you see its shares trending lower there right out of the gate. now at $52.05, down 2.33%. kayla has been following. >> tornado watches juit is justg two dozen other legal fights they detailed saying a request from the s.e.c. division of enforcement seeking information and documents relating to, among other matters, the firm's employment of certain former employees in hong kong and its business relationship was certain clients. t
shale play after the eagleford in texas and the bakken in north dakota. current capitalization about $10 billion, might be beyond reach, i don't know. finally, there's sand ridge energy, a perennials for sale candidate here, guys. with a caretaker management that sells for $5 a share that leon cooperman told us he liked at the delivering alpha conference. it can be swallowed easily, though, by statoil and it's got some quality of assets. possibly if an imminent deal can't with ruled out, statoil's got the money. i say bakken boo-yah. stick with cramer. [ male announcer ] come to the golden opportunity sales event and experience the connectivity of the available lexus enform, including the es and rx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ if you don't have something important to sa
. maybe the next big shale play after the eagleford in texas and the bakken in north dakota. current capitalization about $10 billion, might be beyond reach, i don't know. finally, there's sand ridge energy, a perennials for sale candidate here, guys. with a caretaker management that sells for $5 a share that leon cooperman told us he liked at the delivering alpha conference. $2.5 billion. it can be swallowed easily, though, by statoil and it's got some quality of assets. possibly if an imminent deal can't with ruled out, statoil's got the money. it's a match that i sense will be consummated in a very, very short period of time. i say bakken boo-yah. stick with cramer. he great outd. ...and a great deal. thanks to dad. (gasp) nope. aw! guys! grrrr let's leave the deals to hotels.com. (nice bear!) ooo! that one! nice! got it! oh my gosh this is so cool! awesome! perfect! yep, and no angry bears. the perfect place is on sale now. up to 30% off. only at hotels.com [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software con
career. now a member of congress. number two, michael mccaul of texas. he's a republican. $101 million. he's married to a clear channel heiress. number three, mark warner, former technology entrepreneur, democrat of virginia. $88.5 million estimated net worth. number four, go to number four to see a rockefeller on the list. senator jay rockefeller, $83.8 million. blumenthal, democrat of connecticuts, $76.6 million. a couple other notable members of congress. names you might recognize from past and possible future presidential and vice presidential campaigns. elizabeth warren worth $3.9 million. congressman paul ryan, $2.3 million. senator ted cruz has been in the news a lot this week, $1.5 million. senator rand paul, $455,000 net worth. and senator marco rubio a negative $190,000 net worth according to the "hill" newspaper in their annual list here, tyler, of the richest members of congress. marco rubio might want to go out and hit the speaking circuit. >> do we know why his net worth is negative or do we not? >> we don't. he's been in politics from very early on. very young guy. you k
, people get upset with me so i've got to put you in the -- >> don't buy, don't buy. >> eric in texas. eric? >> caller: hey, jim, san antonio, boo-yah to ya, sir. >> i love san antonio. how can i help? >> caller: hey, listen, i just acquired taser international ticker symbol is tasr, is it a buy, buy, buy or a sell, sell, sell? >> we believe this stock has nice momentum. you've got horse sense. i need to go to mike in pennsylvania. mike? >> caller: how you doing, mr. cramer, i was curious if the interest rates go higher or lower, how it might affect the price in my shares in bank of america. should i stay or run like shady mccoy on a good sunday afternoon. >> by the way, chris polk might be asleep for 15th round. rite aid, i like rite aid. here's the problem about the banks. we've got the justice department going after them, we know that re-fis are down, the numbers are t too high. morgan in california, morgan? >> caller: hey, boo-yah to ya, mr. cramer. how are you doing? >> all right, morgan, how about you? >> caller: doing great. i think we saw some leadership we were looking for in the m
. >>> let's go to jerry in texas. jerry? >> caller: hi, jim. i have a retirement 403b that's employer matched. >> right. >> caller: i'm 65 years old, i have no plans to retiring within the next three to five years, but this plan around mutual funds, money funds and bond funds, no stocks, but there are over 4,000 funds to choose from. i manage this 403b, and from all of the funds available, i choose around ten and don't change them very often. right now, the distribution is about 1/2 money market and the rest is spread across 500 index, technology, energy, chemical and bond funds. >> i think that's too much money market. i think you've got to switch to maybe take it to 40% and go up 60% on the rest. because that one key point you mentioned which is that you're not anywhere near retiring. you've got a lot of years to make money. do not cut off your upside in that fund talking about that later in the show. market's up, market's down, but sometimes you need to take a step back, okay, and look at the big picture before making great wealth plays. preserve it, pay off the credit cards, pleas
getting back in and pushing up gold prices here. on to crude. i want to talk about west texas intermediate closing up above. the best day of the year for crude. highest settle since february of 2012. the bulls are felling me $113.25 is the next stop for twti. kelly? >> keep a close eye on that one, of course. markets and the world are awaiting president obama's decision on what action he may tay in the light of syria using kem rchemical weapons. with the military so stretched, what are the president's options here? we have a rundown of what the military's resources are in the region. hi, jim. >> hi, kelly. appears the markets are making more of this than the white house and u.s. military officials. they say that any strikes against syrian targets would be limited. right now, they're only looking at four guided missile destroyers that are currently in the eastern med. and possibly two submarines. one u.s. and one british. that would launch cruise missiles at a select, limited number of targets in syria, that are related to the release of chemical weapons against the syrian civilians there,
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